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Domain Expert Working Session. January 19-20, 2011. caBIG Clinical Information Suite. Chemotherapy and treatment plan management status. Overview. Status of Chemotherapy Management and Treatment Plan Management in the Project Efforts to identify priorities with stakeholders

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Domain expert working session

Domain Expert Working Session

January 19-20, 2011


Chemotherapy and treatment plan management status

caBIG Clinical Information Suite

Chemotherapy and treatment plan management status


Overview
Overview

  • Status of Chemotherapy Management and Treatment Plan Management in the Project

  • Efforts to identify priorities with stakeholders

  • Discussion of priorities within these topics


Overall status
Overall Status

  • Status of Chemotherapy Management and Treatment Plan Management in the Project

    • Chemotherapy Template Management is the most mature sub-topic; architects have published draft specifications based on the analysis artifacts validated by this domain expert group. Detailed data content still needs to be developed.

    • Chemotherapy Planning is the next most mature sub-topic, followed closely by Treatment Planning due to the shared content. These both still require a lot of domain expert validation.

    • Medication Administration has detailed narratives and use cases ready for review by the domain expert group; Treatment Plan Maintenance and Completion are also ready for discussion

    • Medication Order Set Management is almost ready for review


Overall status cont d
Overall Status (cont’d)

  • Status of Chemotherapy Management and Treatment Plan Management in the Project (cont’d)

    • Non-Medication Product Ordering and Chemotherapy Scheduling have very little content at this time.

    • The project team is working on looking across topics and existing NCI services for reuse and collaboration opportunities (nothing yet outside the project).

    • Analysts and Architects have been working together closely to put together a conceptual view of the services we think are needed to support Chemotherapy Management and Treatment Planning

    • Delivering “Chemotherapy Management” service(s) in the next three months has been identified as a goal for the project.



Overall status cont d2
Overall Status (cont’d)

  • Efforts to identify priorities with stakeholders

    • Surveys sent NCCCPs, both those participating in the project and non-participants.

      • Format of feedback at the business capability level (i.e., Referral Management, Chemotherapy Management, etc.)

      • Chemotherapy Management and Treatment Planning are in the top three, along with Disease Response to Treatment

    • Feedback so far not at the level of granularity that can facilitate planning.


Overall status cont d3
Overall Status (cont’d)

  • Discussion of priorities within these topics

    • Chemotherapy Management

      • Chemotherapy Template Management

      • Chemotherapy Planning

      • Medication Order Set Management

      • Medication Administration

      • Non-Medication Product Ordering

      • Chemotherapy Scheduling

    • Treatment Plan Management

      • Treatment Planning

      • Treatment Plan Maintenance

      • Treatment Plan Completion

    • What do you think the priorities should be?


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